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Xbox One Lineup Includes Japanese Shooter & RPG Titles

posted on 2014-06-23 12:00 EDT
29 game titles scheduled for Japan console launch on September 4

Japanese game publishers CyberStep, Moss, and Qute announced upcoming game titles for Microsoft's Xbox One console on Friday.

Cyberstep will release the massive multi-player online role-playing game Onigiri as a Japanese launch title. The game is already being localized in English for PCs with a July 1 launch date. A PlayStation 4 version will be available in North America as well. An English-subtitled promotional video is streaming online:

Moss will release a Raiden shoot 'em up as part of the franchise's 25th anniversary sometime next year. UFO Interactive Games released Raiden IV: Overkill one the PLAYSTATION Network in North America on April 29. The game was released in Japan on April 14.

Qute, the developer behind scrolling shooter Eschatos and Ginga Force, will release the tentatively titled Natsuki Chronicle next year. No further information is known about the game but its logo features an aircraft and a ringed planet.

Microsoft announced 29 game titles for its Japan launch of the Xbox One on September 4 (organized by publisher):

Microsoft
Crimson Dragon
Dead Rising 3
Forza Motorsport 5
LocoCycle
Halo: Spartan Assault
Killer Instinct
Kinect Sports Rivals
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood
Powerstar Golf
Ryse: Son of Rome
Zoo Tycoon

Bethesda
Wolfenstein: The New Order

CAPCOM
Strider

CyberStep
Onigiri

Electronic Arts
Battlefield 4
FIFA 14
Need for Speed Rivals
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Titanfall

Konami
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Square Enix
Call of Duty: Ghosts (Dubbed version)
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Thief
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

Tecmo KOEI
Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate

Ubisoft
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Child of Light
Trials Fusion
Zubma Fitness World Party

Other announced games in development include Final Fantasy Type-0, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Phantom Dust, Scalebound, Mystereet F: Tantei-tachi no Curtain Call, Chaos;Child, and the Psycho-Pass franchise game.

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